LPI Critical Reflective Practice Training

How do we know if we are fulfilling human rights requirements in the workplace? LPI Critical Reflective Practice helps us reflect on assumptions informing how we engage with others and our decision-making processes to ensure all these standards are met.

LPI Critical Reflective Practice integrates human rights and trauma-shame informed practice for everyday work and critical incidents.

The process is ideal for human rights violations, offering post-investigation remediation and prevention work.

The LPI Critical Reflective Practice Model is used to help staff reflect on themselves and organization for work performance improvement. With the LPI Critical Reflective Practice Model, which includes a series of reflective tools, staff learn how to integrate principles of human rights, trauma-shame informed practice, relationship building, leadership skills and competencies with a focus on direct application to their job.

The LPI Critical Reflective Practice approach:

  • Is portable to all areas of work and for all levels of staff.

  • Focuses on building self-awareness, competencies, and resilience.

  • Includes action plans and strategy building through tools and practical exercises, including the use of scenarios, with a focus on direct application to one’s job.

  • Is measured, evaluated and provides a report upon request.

  • Is designed to meet defined objectives.